Trevoh Chalobah’s response to being kicked out of the team by Mauricio Pochettino is I Can’t Quit.
According to reports published today, Trevoh Chalobah, a defender for Chelsea, has been judged surplus to needs by new manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Due to a hamstring injury, the 24-year-old has been out of action and will return in late September.
Following news that he will be permitted to leave the club in January, Trevoh Chalobah posted a mysterious statement on his Instagram account.
The academy graduate made his team under former manager Thomas Tuchel, but Chalobah has fallen down the pecking order as a result of Chelsea’s acquisition of Axel Disasi from Monaco, as well as the development of Levi Colwill, last season’s acquisition of Badiashile, and the injured Wesley Fofana.
The 24-year-old was put up for sale, but the potential buyers thought his initial £50 million asking price was too high.
The defender was eager to make a loan agreement with Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel, who handed Chalobah his debut in 2021 at Chelsea, but the deal fell through.
“Hey God, I ain’t gonna lie man, I’m tired,” Chalobah captioned a video that he recently put on his Instagram story. However, I can’t give up now. Let’s do whatever you want me to experience. I’ve come too far to give up now.